In this chapter we discuss a simple and characteristic route that crosses the province of Treviso: the Cycle Route from Asolo to Castelfranco Veneto.
The Cycle Route from Asolo to Castelfranco Veneto is a simple route that descends from the hills of the upper Marca Trevisana towards the countryside of Castelfranco Veneto. An itinerary surrounded by nature, between green cultivated fields, waterways and historic cities.
The track starts from the parking lot of Maglio di Pagnano d’Asolo, near the wonderful village of Asolo; descend between an alternation of dirt road and asphalted pieces, pass through colorful orchards, large trees and along the course of the rivers.
During the journey there are small rest areas, with benches and tables, where you can stop and have a picnic with the family.
The arrival is in Castelfranco Veneto where the imposing city walls will welcome you; this is 17 meters high and was built to protect the land that was threatened by nearby Padua and Vicenza.
- Info Cycle Route from Asolo to Castelfranco Veneto
- Start: Maglio di Pagnano d’Asolo
- Arrival: Castelfranco Veneto
- Length: 20 Km
- Time: 2.15 h
- Difficulty: Easy
- Lunch: Along the way / packed lunch
- Suitable for: Cyclists and Families
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